Hi folks. I took a job with a quick lube company, which for now, I won't name. I am having a dilemma about the Brake Fluid Exchange procedure that we do. I was asked today, at my job, to do the procedure. The new brake fluid that we used has been stored in a pressurized pump that we use to attach to the master cylinder to force old brake fluid out of each bleeder valve. I tested the "new" DOT3 brake fluid in the pump before doing the procedure and found that it 2% moisture. I wanted to replace the brake fluid with new brake fluid from a new, unopened bottle. I was told by a senior lube tech and my manager to do the procedure with the brake fluid containing 2% moisture--that it would be a waste of product to replace it with a new bottle. I refuse to do the service because it is my understanding that at only 3% moisture the boiling point of brake fluid is decreased 100 degs and is dangerously close to the minimum requirements. In my opinion (as a non-mchanic) the brake fluid should be at 0% moisture. Am I being just hard to get along with? Am I being overly stringent about it? I would like to educate myself more about the subject. Your comments and direction would be appreciated.